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FEC Commissioner says “it’s getting tight” to ensure all Americans can vote in November without facing reoccurring issues


This week, five states held primary elections, but voters in Georgia were plagued by hours-long lines, failed voting machines and a lack of available ballots. And the areas affected most were largely minority counties. Echoing troubles seen by several states during the 2018 midterms, and with just 143 days until the presidential election, Ellen Weintraub, Commissioner of the Federal Election Commission, and MSNBC’s Alicia Menendez discuss what needs to be done to fix the reoccurring problems to ensure a fair and safe voter turnout in November.